Naturopathic CE: Clinical Focus on Gastroenterology (WANPHOME-09GUTS000)
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This seminar was originally recorded at Bastyr University in March 6-7, 2010.
Food Sensitivities with Derangement of the Upper Intestines: Common Nutritional Deficiencies, What Supplements to Use and How to Succeed with Elimination Diets, Tom Malterre, MS CN
Radiology Roulette: Imaging Options in GI Disease, Susan Bates, MD
The Probiotic Trail: A Program of Systematic Evidence Accumulated for a Probiotic Consortium, Nigel Plummer, PhD
Getting to the guts of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Patrick Donovan, ND
H. Pylori: An Underlying Cause of Many Disorders, Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND, DHANP
Manual Therapy Application for GERD and Constipation, Marty Ryan, LMP
GI Lab Testing with a Focus on Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND, DHANP
Finding the Cause of GI disorders: the Importance of Determininig What You Need to Treat, Maryann Ivons, RN, CCRN, ND
Post-course quiz must be completed with a score of 75 percent or higher to receive CEUs.
Tom Malterre, MS, CN
Tom Malterre received both his Bachelor's and Master's of Science degrees from Bastyr University. He is currently a technical advisor for Thorne Research and has lectured across the US and Canada on their behalf. Tom is a practicing clinician at Whole Life Nutrition and is a co-author of the Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook. His wife, Ali, is also a co-author and publishes the popular nourishingmeals.com blog to assist people with food sensitivities.
Susan Bates, MD
- Cornell University: BS 1981
- State University of New York (SUNY) Buffalo Medical School: MD 1981- 1985
- Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH: Diagnostic Radiology Residency 1985-1989
- Yale New Haven Hospital: Body Imaging Fellowship and Staff Radiologist 1989-91
- Tuft's New England Medical Center: Staff Radiologist- Body Imaging, Boston MA 1991-1998
- Partner- Overlake Hospital Radiology Department: Bellevue, WA 1998-2001
- Partner- Center for Diagnostic Imaging: Mountlake Terrace, WA 2001-present
Patrick Donovan, ND
Dr. Donovan has over 30 years of patient care experience as a registered nurse (RN) and a naturopathic physician (ND). He received his doctorate degree in Naturopathic Medicine in 1985 from Bastyr University where he has been a member of the clinical and academic faculty. He has had articles published in medical journals, has contributed chapters to theTextbook of Natural Medicine and has authored two books: The Face of Consciousness: A Guide To Self-Identity And Healing and Dancing With The Beloved: Resurrecting Divine Sexuality Through Profound Relatedness. The Face of Consciousness was a finalist in the 2007, International Nexus Book Awards.
Dr. Donovan was invited to join the medical staff at the King County Community Health Clinic in Kent, WA and was one of the first naturopathic physicians invited to join the medical team of the Seattle Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center. He was also one of the 23 physicians featured in Burton Goldberg's book, An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer. Currently, he maintains a busy private practice and pharmacy at the University.
Nigel Plummer, PhD
Dr. Plummer received his doctorate in microbial physiology from the University of Surrey, London, England and has worked at Pfizer in antibiotic research and development.; His research on the use of normal flora in the prevention and treatment of genito-urinary candidiasis has won him numerous awards. Dr. Plummer continues his solid commitment to research throughout his career in collaboration with research institutes and universities within the UK and Europe, developing an extensive knowledge specializing in probiotics, natural antimicrobials and fish oils.
Dr. Plummer’s probiotic research involves:
- The role of probiotics in the modulation of the gastrointestinal microbiota and the prevention of antibiotic resistance post antibiotic therapy
- The role of probiotics in the prevention of Clostridium difficile diarrhoeal infections
- The role of probiotics in the control of IBS symptoms
- The role of probiotics in the prevention of allergy – modulation of the neonatal intestinal microbiota to minimize the incidence of atopic eczema and subsequent asthma development.
- The role of probiotics in candidiasis
In addition, much work has been completed both historically and novel research programs have been initiated into:
- Research with natural antimicrobials leading to the development of a natural, non-antibiotic based growth promoter for the agricultural sector
- The use of plant antimicrobials in combination with probiotics for the prevention of traveler's diarrhea and candidal infections
- Research into the role of plant antimicrobials in the prevention of parasitic infections (Giardia spp. and Cryptosporidial infections) and MRSA infections
Research with both fish and plant derived omega-3 oils has led to the development of a range of highly palatable oil emulsion products that facilitate meaningful daily intakes of the omega-3s.
The omega-3 research involves:
- The benefits of emulsification enhancing fatty acid absorption
- The role of omega-3s and phytosterols in the modulation of serum cholesterol levels in adults and children
- The role of omega-3s in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease
- The role of the combination of omega-3s and plant extracts in the prevention of osteoarthritis and joint damage
Dr. Plummer lectures extensively in North America and the UK/Europe and has developed an interest in the concept of fetal disease programming, the controlling factors involved and the potential to influence programmed events as a means of prevention of chronic disease development.
Steven Sanberg-Lewis, ND, DHANP
Dr. Sandberg-Lewis is a professor at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) and has taught GI physiology, psychophysiology, GI pathology and gastroenterology since 1996. He has been in continuous practice since graduating from NCNM in 1978 and supervises student clinicians at the NCNM Natural Health Center with a focus on digestive and musculoskeletal health. The practice emphasis is on diet; myofascial, visceral and spinal manipulation; functional lab and reflex analysis; and mind-body clearing techniques.
Functional Gastroenterology, his first textbook for physicians, is available at www.ncnm.edu/bookstore. He also teaches a four-part seminar series on functional gastroenterology for physicians. More information at www.functionalgastroenterology.com
Marty Ryan, LMP
Marty has taught belly massage and palpatory anatomy seminars internationally since 1998. Marty also served on faculty of the Seattle Massage School and the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. His classroom teaching style is often regarded as an open and fun learning environment where everyone has the opportunity to participate, learn and be heard.
His massage therapy practice currently focuses on digestive and reproductive system optimization. In addition to practicing and mentoring massage therapists, Marty reaches out to the broader community of health care providers including acupuncture, movement arts, colon hydrotherapy, and naturopathic medicine about the therapeutic benefits of manual therapy for the abdomen.
Maryann Ivons, RN, CCRN, ND
Dr. Ivons has been in private clinical practice for 23 years in Monroe, WA. She was an ER and Critical Care Nurse for 12 years before medical school. At this time she is also adjunct faculty and clinical instructor for Bastyr University and core faculty for the Seattle School of Homeopathy.